Autograph album compiled from international traveling artists who performed at Theodore Roosevelt Junior High School, primarily
between 1929 and 1936 before San Jose's Civic Auditorium was completed.
Theodore Roosevelt Junior High School was San Jose's first junior high school, designed by W. H. Weeks. It opened in 1926
at 925 East Santa Clara Street, San Jose. The auditorium was used not only for student events, but for the general public,
featuring performers and speakers from around the world. Construction on the San Jose Civic Auditorium began in 1934, which
would become the main auditorium after completion in the mid-1930s.
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The album has been photographed and is available online. It can be viewed in person by appointment with the Curator of Library